why the fuck is it so hard to find mackerel anywhere. Tilapia and trout are all over, i can even find mahi-mahi, but mackerel only seems to be in fucking korean marketplaces hours away from where i live
My seafood dealer usually have a few different types mackerel. sierra, green, jack, indian, horse, blue ect.
It's too bad, that you dont live somewhere cooler so you can get some fresh saba.
why don't i like seafood? what is wrong with me?
i love all different types of food, i love different meats and vegetables, but i can't even stand the scent of seafood, for the most part.
i am somewhat young, 23, but i have never liked it. i've tried all different types and it all makes me gag.
is this genetic or something?
I suffer from the same affliction. If I get a whiff of the ocean when the wind is right, I gag.
I've still tried a few pieces of fish while holding my nose, just to see, but I've always thrown up.
I'm not saying you shouldn't give new seafood dishes a shot as they present themselves, but I've never found anything I could stomach even being near, let alone eating.
it really sucks because it's such an integral part of so many different cultures' cuisine and i can't bring myself to even smell it either. i've tried crab, lobster, tuna, haddock, swordfish, shrimp, and most recently oysters. i've thrown up accidentally eating fish sticks that i thought was chicken twice, also.
why god. additionally, i'm from new england, so many people here covet seafood and there's an abundance of seafood restaurants. i can't eat near someone having...
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SO FUCK OFF. I`m high as christ and need an answer now, I just put an egg as my first layer on a super sandwhich and want to know how long does it take to bake an egg on like 200 c. Serious.
I have these donuts, but should I eat them all tonight?
This is a thread specifically intended for the discussion of pickles without the use of off-topic, humorous, or otherwise distracting memes. I would be interested primarily in discussion lacto-fermented pickles, with which I am quite familiar, though not overly experienced. However, discussion of vinegar or otherwise fermented pickles is welcome and encouraged as well.
What pickles are you making these days, /ck/?
Im pressure canning beans rn
fuck your pickles
Pressure canning is cool as shit too. I'd do it if I had a pressure canner. I can my pickled beets and eggs though.
Did beef stew the other day.
What is the best tasting exotic sea creature?
What can I make with these that involves the least amount of ingredients? Don't really have much in the pantry.
Best McDonald's products?
Quarter pound BLT is pretty good.
For me it is the McChicken. The best fast food sandwich.
Had two teeth extracted this morning and I'm obviously not able to chew. What are some good, soft things to make/cook? I'm going insane.
Does anyone else like their chicken thighs crunchy and brown? No one else i know makes their own bite sized nuggers with just chicken thighs, salt and pepper maybe some cayenne pepper. It's literally the best way to make chicken. So simple and it flavors itself with dat delicious thigh fat.
What can I do with this /ck/?
So what the fuck, other than alcohol, do they put in this shit. I had my first one last night and I nearly blacked out. It can't be the alcohol because I've slammed two 12% by vol jooses without a problem before.
Mod Pizza is opening near my house.
What am I in for? Is it just a shitty California memezaria?
How does /ck prepare hotdogs?
>Precooked in water until boiling point
>Cooked on a iron skillet, split the dog down the middle and cooked some more
>Panini bun buttered with cayenne and garlic on the outside, placed into a press and toasted
> grated cheese, raw onion, diced tomato and mustard
What are some peculiarities in your food preferences/eating habits?
I personally don't like it when eggs have a dark, orange yolk.
Maybe its just me, but it seems to have a much stronger taste
I've only ever had the kind in the middle.
Can someone describe the darker yolks flavor and texture?